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harris, mike tobin, thank you very much. that's how fox reports on this sunday, may 20th. 2012. we'll keep an eye on the situation there in chicago should anything happen. of course we'll update you throughout the night. i'm harris falkner, thank you so much for watching. huckabee begins in about six seconds. have a great week. ♪ >> okay. so, what did you want to see me about. >> mr. president, the republicans are making fun of us, making contribution to the white house website. and the signing of the declaration of independence and photo shopped a picture of you with the founding foers, they ridicule us. >> no, no, we can use this to our advantage. how are we going to do that, sir. >> to get the tea party vote. those folks are all about the constitution and our founding fathers, what better way to get them on our side to show them a picture of me at the
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signing. >> do you think it's going to work. >> of course i do. >> and get everyone on my side, i know how to get the evangelical vote, we'll put a picture of me next to a picture of moses holding the ten commandsments and huckabee, too, and add a 11 he commandments, thou shall tax the rich. and what about the women vote,. >> we make sure i made it possible for women to vote and show them a picture of me protesting with those women back in the day and the picture of me next to neil armstrong on the moon. use it to go et back the people upset at me for shutting down the moon program. who do you think taught them how to moonwalk? [laughter] >> that's right. i taught him everything he knows. those moves. >> see that?
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some robot and do that, too, look at this. >> tonight on huckabee, she made a willful unprofessional and illegal decision. >> did the prosecutor in the trevon martin murder case withhold key evidence to uphold her case. alan dershowitz makes his argument. >> there will be hair, blood, eyeballs all over the floor. >> are we ready to for tax-geddon. >> how to prevent economic disaster before it expires in january. first, a federal inmate in west virginia, now another no name closing in on the president in the democratic primary in arkansas. the man who caused embarrassment to the president. tonight. >> ladies and gentlemen, governor mike huckabee. [applaus [applause]. >> thank you, thank you very
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much. and welcome huckabee from the fox news studios in new york city, where we have a great audience here in our studio. this week, the official white house website decided some of the great moments in presidential history weren't any better than the achievements of barack obama. so white house pr doctored up the evidence on previous presidents to extol the magnificent accomplishments of president obama. some examples were to note that president roosevelt may have signed social security into law, but president obama is protecting it from the republicans who obviously want to keep the elderly sick and impof reserved. that lyndon johnson may have signed the medicare program into existence, but it's obama care that pushes it to a new level. by pushing obama care on us, even though we don't want it and the supreme courts likely to declare it unconstitutional. i thought they might include the john f. kennedy set the ambitious goal to put a man on
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the moon within a decade. but barack obama led us to a new space program, we pay the russians to hitchhike to space. they'll add that later. i hope there's room on mt. rushmore for another face, i'm convinced the fifth face on mt. rushmore is the current occupier of 1600 pennsylvania. i've decided he should be known this way, instead of calling him mr. president, barack obama, maybe be simpler to refer to him as the fifth face. [laughter] >> i've noticed that whole president obama loves to refer to ronald reagan as if they've got a connection, the styles of these two president aren't as all the same. i think the most stark contrast was the one i noticed in the speech he gave in his reelection lift-off in columbus, ohio. when reagan ran for reelection in 1984, he spoke virtuously
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of the american people and their resilience. >> america is coming back and is more confident than ever about the future. [applause] >> tonight, tonight, we thank the citizens of the united states whose faith and unwillingness to give up on themselves or this country saved us all. >> well, i heard a line in president obama's speech and that pretty much summed it up. >> i believe in you and asking you to keep believing in me. and i'm asking you to keep believing in me. keep believing in me. >> there you have it. but president obama, we just need to believe in him. he'll take care of us. gosh, i never realized how easy it would be to get america on track from the highest ever unemployment rates and worst ever job market for young people and loss of prestige around the
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world and a record busting debt that we've amassed that means my grandchildren, what a great time to throw in a couple of gratuitous photos of chandler and schyller, and why, why because i can. and i never realized that all we have to do is believe in him and it will all be just fine. you know, i think his campaign slogan should be barack, 316. for obama so loved us that who solver believed in him should not be unemployed or afraid, but have ever lasting lootment aen that's why i think we should think of him as the fifth face. [laughte [laughter]. [applause]. >> . >> well, the fatal shooting of teenager trayvon martin made national headlines a couple of months ago and the national media turned it into a story
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of-- george zimmerman claimed he shot him in self-defense. evidence released by the prosecutor's office showed zimmerman suffered two black eyes, a broken nose and cuts to the back of the head could have been caused during a struggle. harvard law professor alan dershowitz say that prosecutors bungled the case. great to have you here, and there was shocking evidence that came forward this week released not only about the medical condition of george zimmerman not included in the prosecutor's affidavit, but also, indication close range gunshot wound it trayvon martin and no other signs of injury other than bloody knuckles, indicating they might have been used to create the broken nose on george zimmerman. what is most shocking about the new evidence and the fact that we haven't heard it before. >> what's most shocking the prosecutor was aware of most of the evidence in general outline and made a deliberate,
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willful, unprofessional and illegal decision to withhold that evidence not from you and me and the media, but from the courts and from the affidavit that she filed in support of an over blown second degree murder prosecution. you mentioned illegal, that's a strong word. >> it is. >> your allegation is that because she knowingly, willingly, deliberately withheld critical evidence that would affect the outcome, not only of public opinion, this is not about what the public thinks, this is about the guilt or innocence of a man accused in a court of law and that takes it to a different level, does it not? >> she may have done worse than that. the information suggests she may have withheld some of this information from the police officer whose affidavit she submitted. in other words, she may have laundered the information in a way to permit that police officer to file an affidavit that doesn't include this material, and then she could say, you know, sitting there like the, i don't see anything, i don't know anything, oh, oh, oh, he didn't know about that.
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but the prosecutor's office was fully aware of much of this information, when they filed that affidavit. and then you mention in your intro that the media talked about profiling. it was the pros who talked about profiling, in the affidavit itself he uses the term that zimmerman was profiling martin. when he was asked about it, whats with a the basis. he didn't have any basis, it was made up. >> that's a subjective point of view to get inside the mind of george zimmerman unless he's blogged or written or spoken on the record comments that indicated he was racist, that he distrusted people of color. there is no indication. i think it's father, great grandfather was african-american father was hispanic and i sometimes get confused even when people use the term white-hispanic which we said in the intro, i'm not sure what that means. the point is that you can't
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allege racism in legal filings unless there's some evidence to indicate that? >> no, and certainly when you're filing an affidavit. it has to be based on the truth, the whole truth and nothing, but the truth. if you deliberate submit a half truth, that's a lie. >> and this affidavit and the submissions by the prosecutor constituted a half truth that's a lie and she ought to be investigated by what she's done. she's done something much worse. she sees her job, essentially, to prevent riots. she said essentially reading between the lines, i'm not interested in justice for zimmerman, her job is to do j inventory for trayvon martin and that's obviously not the prosecutor's jobs, but she's raised expectations, she's indicted or informed for second degree murder. there was never any basis for second degree murder. that raises expectations. no reasonable jury, we'll get to the jury in a minute because it's going to be very
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hard to get a jury that's not afraid for its life if it aquits. expectations will be raised and lowered and if there are, god forbid, riots or demonstrations the finger will point t-prosecutor. >> i almost can't imagine there not being some type of very violent reaction given that there was a pretty violent, i guess, prelude, even before charges were filed. people were absolutely demanding that someone get arrested, that someone get charged, that someone go to jail for this. now, if zimmerman ends up getting acquitted or even perhaps nmore interestingly, the charge is dropped. this could make the rodney king afterward look tame. >> well, you know, you can understand why there'd be reaction because the public wasn't aware of the facts. take, for example, he wasn't
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arrested. he was arrested. he was handcuffed. he was involuntary put in pa police van. taken to police headquarters, i teach criminal, he was arrested. he was released when the prosecution couldn't make out a case. in factment one of the officers recommended to prosecution, though not to murder, but for manslaughter. never occurred to anybody to charge for murder until this politically motivated prosecutors might as well charge for second degree murder, and i'll be a hero years from now, people don't remember that. the justice department has a slowing on the front door. government wins every time justi justice-- and thanks for your candor and
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>> governor huckabee: well, yes, president obama's campaign slogan is >> we're going forward. yes shall president obama's slogan a going forward. remember sandra fluke. >> i hear from another woman from georgetown or school and they tell me that they've suffered financially, emotionally and medically because of the lack of coverage. >> president obama wants taxpayers to pay for contraceptives through obama care and he thinks that's moving us forward. is it a policy that makes women dependent even more on government, maybe moving us backward? >> joining me to discuss it. former spokeswoman for rick santorum's campaign, and radio
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correspondent. >> the obama administration thinks we should have and i think the most objectionable is the morning after pills. why is that moving forward? >> there's much more to xand on the morning after pill. i want to thank you for having this subject today. it's the end of women's national health week. to me there are economic reasons for having contraceptives in insurance. greatest 'cause of poverty for women, pregnancy. sadly enough, when you want to become a mom, more likely to become poor. >> and unintended pregnancies, an alarming rate. if you have evolved on this, because i'm from a southern baptist home, pre marital sex, verboten, forbidden, all of that. when you lie at unintended pregnancies in this country. occurring at alarming rate 5%
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of young women reproductive age. when you're 45, 3 of 10 end in abortion, and we don't want that. and we know that contraceptives are medicine. we take them to lower the risks of ovarian cancer or dismen roa, and this is not just an issue of prognosissy, it's about economics and general health of women. and fair enough on the issue of health and poverty. why force organizations particularly catholic hospitals and others who don't believe in it to either have to do it or basically not provide health care. alice that's the objection. >> this is a violation of religious freedoms, to force them, whether it was a religious organization or their employer, to pay for contraceptives for other people. when they're-- it's against their conscious, this is a violation of
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religious concerns and there is the health aspect and the medical issue. >> and this is listed as part of preventive care, presidency is not a disease. it's for like heart disease and liver disease. this is not a disease, it's something that should not be covered under obama care, there are plenty of places for any woman who wants to get free contraceptives can get them at planned parenthood. across the country, free contraceptives, available and the notion of this being free. it's not free, what insurance companies are doing now, spreading the costs among the insurance poy es, and everyone is paying for it. to say it's free is incorrect. >> would it be fair, let's stipulate that there are medical reasons and could be included. would there be not room for an accommodation to those entities, religious or otherwise, who felt a moral objection to providing particularly the morning after pills, an aborted far
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pharmaceutical. >> there was amend with the discrimination act. and which contraception is, pregnancy related issue. i can understand if the catholic church, for example, some objections to this like us, but having said all of that, the fact is catholics go to mass throughout the week and then they do, they follow their consciences, that does not stop abortions, if you will. not stopped divorce, if you will, it's not stopped contraceptives. and separation of church and state where there's a nation of laws and not men and women. >> mike: quickly, less than 15 seconds. >> the work i do, that's the issue know the a separation of church and state. they're forcing contraceptives
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on people that's not their conscience, going to a jewish dlly and seeing pork chops, like seeing-- >> and it's not right. and people said at cpac, obama has done more to unite the g.o.p. than any of the g.o.p. candidates and this is going to galvanize the religious communities together. >> mike: that's why at cpac, we said we're catholics now, pro-life and galvanized. thanks to you for being here. i think the moral objection for many people is the church and state separation does not mean that the church shouldn't speak out or hold its own particular views, it's just that the government shouldn't force a governmental view on top of the church. it's the government that has
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[applause] >> and they define armageddon as the final battle between good and evil. when it comes to the economy. that could be january 1st and the police might be your house. and on january 1st. 2013. about 500 million dollars in tax breaks are going to expire at one time. and that's an increase the tax rates for every american by at least 5%. child tax credits be cut in
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half. the marriage penalty is going to return. dividends tax, that's going to more than double and when you add it up. it could lead to economic disaster. and by the way shall the ones hit the hardest are not the millionaires that president obama loves to beat on. rather, low and middle income americans. and congressman, thanks for being with me today. >> always good to be with you, governor. >> and i don't think most americans have any idea that coming economic disasters, as if our debt wasn't enough. explain why this is looming upon us, this tax-geddon. >> you've gone through a few of the items, and you have to add to that the fact that 25 million americans who are earning $33,000 as individuals, $45,000 as couples will be shouldering an additional minimum in the
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alternative tax, you're right, across the board everyone is going to be impacted. i had your fellow musician and former governor john huntsman in my office in the capitol yesterday and we were talking about juxtaposition from president reagan plant to president obama. it's about me with president obama and with you and president reagan, your opening salvo in the opening. this is the greatest slow downs since the great depression. we continue to hear that over and over again in the media. why that was the case. when ronald reagan was president he put together pro growth strategies, and my staff and i started looking at a juxtaposition where we were in the spring of 1984, as ronald reagan was facing reelection and where we are today, mike, in the spring of 1984. >> we had an 8.5 gross domestic product growth rate and we know today, it's an
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abysmal 2%. we know which prescription works and obviously, we have failed to use the right one and the prospect, as you point out. of seeing a massive tax increase on, woulding americans and job creators, would-- what obviously create more did he have stages to our economy and it's just plain wrong and you asked what we'll do about it. speaker boehner made a commitment that we in this republican congress are know the going to increase spending. we'll do everything to ensure that we don't see that increase in rates so that chandler and scarlet aren't saddled with this hue-- humongous debt in their future. >> mike: thank you. >> i think about it every day, mike. >> mike: is there a chance to get the congress on a
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bipartisan basis to stop a devastating i am fact-- impact on families regardless of income left. we saw a bipartisan agreement and even president obama agreed with us. the question is, are we able to do it now. in the midst of the class warfare, us versus them campaign, we're obviously seeing them attack job creators and those are the so-called rich and i think that, because of politics it's going to be tough. but there will be some democrats to the fact that people earning 33,000 a year are going to be brought into the alternative minimum tax and people are going to recognize the need to bring about a change there. >> congressman, thank you very much. by the way, we know you have to rush off on the way to egypt and we wish you well there. >> the first presidential election in 7,000 years, it's going to be a great honor, very, very neat story. >> mike: thank you for being here, congressman from
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california. he shot to fame when a video of him panhandling with the golden voice, ted williams will be joining us next. don't wait. go to for a free discussion guide to help you talk to your doctor about reducing your risk. that's
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the confrontation by thousands of protesters during the day. i'm harris falkner, now back to huckabee, for the headlines when you want them. [applause] >> he was a radio disc jockey who lost his battle with drugs and alcohol. he ended up homeless on the streets of columbus, ohio and then the local paper posted this video of him on youtube. >> did you work for your dollar and that radio voice. >> you're listening to the nothing of best of oldies, magic 98.9. thank you so much. >> god bless you, thank you. and we'll be back with more right after these words. >> and don't forget tomorrow morning is your chance to win a pair of the tickets to see this man live in concert. thank you so much. >> well, that video went viral, and it led to a he canned is chance as job offers from advertisers, to radio
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stations came pouring in. but he found himself finding his addictions once again and now been sober more than a year and a brand new book called "the golden voice", joining me now ted williams and his friend and attorney. you had an incredible career going, number one disc jockey for several years running and you were blowing everybody away in the marketplace. and in radio is a competitive tough business, you're number one in the market. >> for three consecutive-- >> and then something happened. what was it that started plumb mitt. >> i kind of lost interest in the morals of family, you know, i wanted to become this big celebrity, with the radio status and i believe i turned my back on god at that point because i left one relationship to take on another and have another family.
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god wasn't in my life at that point. i think personally, governor, that the lord kind of said, well, i'm going to let you strike out on your own and see if you can come to conclusion decisions to do the right thing. >> mike: drugs and alcohol got involved. what happened there? >> i was a functional alcoholic unbeknownst to me then and someone, i had my first son after having four daughters previously and i-- my girlfriend had had a baby boy, as a congratulatory offer, hey you finally got a boy i was introduced to crack inside of my marijuana cigarette. >> my goodness and that stuff is so adick i hacadicktiff it l destroying ted williams. >> i can't tell you how addictive it is, and smoke it or whatever and took me to another level. >> mike: it owned you and you ended up homeless, separated from your family, friends,
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your career, you lived on streets for how many years? >> about 18 to 19 years. >> 18 years. did you have contact with your family during this time. >> very little. very little. and there was nothing i could say in a positive note to them. first thing they would ask, are you working daddy? >> no. you know, my mother, oh, my god, she was just appalled, because standing on a street corner with a sign has to be the lowest form of homelessness, at least that's what i thought and truly what my mother felt. my son is out on a corner holding a sign begging for people's generosity. >> and then that incredible moment when the youtube video surfaced. you couldn't imagine. on the today show and a national celebrity all of a sudden. >> yes, sir. >> you said i'm going clean, were you at that point. >> at that time, no, sir. i was trying to get another dollar from the guy, i figured if i told him i was clean he'd say.
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okay. a lot of people give with the notions that he's not going to do anything, but use it for alcohol anyway and i was trying to dissmell that myth, but it was apparent that i wasn't. >> mike: bret you came into his life at some point and it was during that time that you decided that ted needed more nan just a little pat on the back. he had to get into serious rehab. >> when i first met ted there was no question that he was still doing crack cocaine and i felt that i could have some influence, but i needed to get him in my confidence. i spent a few weeks having him think i was more important than i was, ted, it me or rehab. >> rehab, yeah. >> and this my second chance the rehab. the first time i was with previous management who wasn't the best. prayer came in and i prayed
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for deliver rance and got this man. bret gave me an ultimatum. stay and complete and do the right thing, i'm not going to put my reputation on the line for you. >> mike: now, you had described this as really the grace of god operating in you ever life. >> yes. >> to get you back on your feet. how long have you been sober now. >> for one year, may 4th, celebrated one year. congratulations. >> thank you. >> and from crack cocaine and alcohol, that's a major accomplishment to stay clean and sober for a full year. that's remarkable. >> what's next for you. where do you go from here? and what do you hope for? >> well, i hope for possibly the connection between my grandchildren and i. and as far as a big family unit, i'm looking for, i have 16 grandchildren, governor. >> mike: wow. and they're all. congratulations. [applause] >> i'm looking forward to building a relationship with them. since i was not, and abandoned their parents maybe a better grandfather than i was a father for them. >> it's a remarkable story.
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>> and my mother, i'm having dinner with my mom for the first time in 20 years, 0 years. >> mike: wow, the first dinner in 20 years. >> yeah. >> mike: you know what? that will be one special meal to be there and watch that one, but i hope it's remarkable. >> well, thank you. >> mike: by the way, your book is truly a book of hope and encouragement and i think that people need that message today. no matter how many times and how many ways and how deep one goes, there's always a ladder to get out of that hole. >> that's right. >> mike: and your book is a great encouragement it that, and it's called the golden voice and all the members of our studio audience will leave here with a copy. >> that's great, yeah. that's fantastic. [applause] >> and actually it's "the golden voice" how hard work, faith and humility have brought me to the streets of salvation. >> mike: a great, great story. ted williams thank you for being here. >> thank you, governor huckabee.
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>> mike: and god bless. >> thank you. >> mike: all the best. the only time i've ever had a break is when i was on maternity leave. i have retired from doing this one thing that i loved. now, i'm going to be able to have the time to explore something different. it's like another chapter. diarrhea, gas or bloating? get ahead of it! one phillips' colon health probiotic cap a day helps defend against digestive issues with three strains of good bacteria. hit me! [ female announcer ] live the regular life. phillips'.
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west virginia primary, the judd was on the ballot against president obama and got a shocking 40% of the vote and now this tuesday's arkansas primary and recent poll the state's fourth district southern part of arkansas shows an unknown challenger john wolf within 7 points of the president. joining me now is democratic primary challenger john wolf. thanks for joining us here on the huckabee show. [applause] >> thank you, governor, thank you for having me, i appreciate this. >> now, when we saw this poll coming out of arkansas, my home state i was shocked, you were within 7 points of president obama. people don't know you there. you haven't campaigned. you don't have yard signs, no tv ads or radio ads, why are you polling so well if they don't know who you are yet? >> well, i think that people know president obama, he campaigned one way and now governing another way and people don't like that. >> now, to be fair. >> and i've campaigned a
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little bit-- >> no, go ahead (applause) >> no, you can take for instance, this important issue, let's talk about wall street. okay? wall street helped to wreck this economy and a lot of people suffering, the farmers and home owners are suffering because people made mistakes in wall street, the first thing that president obama did when he got into office, enshrined he took in people from citibank, from jp morgan, he took in people from all of these different banks, the ge capital, for instance, and made them chief of staff or close advisors. so, immediately, he just turned the american notions of meritocracy upside down. he gave these people who wrecked the economy closest, brought them into the white house intersanctum and by obama care, having to deal with a monopoly. people don't want to do that. people want health care to be a whole lot more simple.
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when the thing about the health care system in the united states right now is it takes 16% of our gross domestic product to provide it. people don't want to keep doing that. we can't be competitive as a country aen selling 0 your products overseas when we keep having to pay more and more for elk had-- health care. >> let me point out you're not a republican plant set up to did this. you supported obama four years ago, you're a democrat and talk a little to the left of me to be sure and a little to the left in some cases of obama. you're a democrat. the national party says if you get delegates they're not going to let them be seated at the convention. dos that seem heavy handed, something out of the north korea than a party that calls itself democratic. >> yes, i mean, it's very autocratic and wrong and i want to do things. i think that people should be represented. in louisiana, i've got 17, 804 votes and the disenfranchise
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the voters. democratic party nationally is trying to make it easier for people to vote and two or three i.d.'s in the voting boot. trying to i can ma it easy to vote. at the same time as people get to the ballot and cast their vote and results, the president doesn't like, he tries to disenfranchise the voters, and we're going to get a big vote in arkansas and tell the people of arkansas right now. >> mike: we've run out of time, john. it's interesting to hear a democrat talking about a democratic president disenfranchising the voters so i'm having to pinch myself and having to say, am i really hearing this? john, thank you for being here and good luck to you in the election. [applause] >> thank you, governor. >> he started his writing career singing and writing songs for people like tim mcgraw, kenny chesney and blake shelton, now recording his own songs and he's one of the hottest country stars on the scene. coming up, lee bryce. ♪
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>> governor huckabee: one of the hottest young country artists in the country, a brand new album, >> he's one of the hottest country artists, a new album called hard 2 love. lee brice. >> before you had an incredible career on its way forward. you did song writing for people like tim mcgraw. >> i started writing songs when i was a kid. and i needed songs to sing and i worked hard at nashville writing and getting a record deal. i had success as a writer first and deemed as a song writer first sometimes and to me i was just writing songs to sing on the air. >> when you decided i'm going to do the songs for myself. double your career was going to have the meteoric rise the
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last couple of years? >> i had to believe to keep rocking at it. >> yeah. >> i wanted it do and i just felt like i had to give it my all until it came to an end and we're continuing to work, so whatever comes, comes. >> can we do a song and you'll let me play with you. >> please, i'm honored to have you play with us. >> he comes to my show, what is he going to do, say no? >> of course he's going to say yes. let's do one of the songs, by the way, i hope people can get the cd off itunes, at amazon, stores everywhere. >> stores everywhere and actually, what we're going to play next thing coming out in an um can of weeks. >> what he is it called. >> hard to love. which is the title of this cd. >> what us men can be sometimes. >> i'm glad you said it that way, brother. >> that's right. >> let's do hard to move, here we go. ♪ ♪
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♪ i am insensitive. i have a tendency to pay more attention to the things that i need ♪ ♪ sometimes i drink too much, sometimes i test your trust ♪ ♪ sometimes i don't know why you stay with me ♪ >> i'm hard to love, hard to love, i don't make it easy ♪ ♪ i could do it if i knew where you stood ♪ ♪ i'm hard to love, hard to love ♪ ♪ i don't deserve it, but i love that you love me good ♪ ♪ yeah, you lo of me good ♪ i am a short fuse, i am a wrecking ball, crashing into
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your heart like i do ♪ ♪ and you're like a sunday morning, full of grace and full of teases ♪ ♪ and i wish that i could be more like you ♪ ♪ i'm hard to love, hard to love, oh, i don't make it easy ♪ ♪ well, i couldn't do it if i knew where you stood ♪ ♪ many' hard to love, hard to love when you say that you need me ♪ ♪ i don't deserve it, but i love that you love me good ♪ ♪ yeah, you love me good ♪ girl, you've given me a million second chances, and i don't ever want to take you for granted ♪ ♪ i'm just a man, i'm just a man ♪ ♪ hard to love, hard to love,
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make easy ♪ ♪ i couldn't do it if i stood where you stood ♪ ♪ hard to love, hard to love and you say that you need me ♪ ♪ i don't deserve it, but i love that you love me, yeah ♪ ♪ hard to love, hard to love. i don't make it easy, well, i couldn't do it if i knew where you stood ♪ ♪ hard to love, hard to love and you say that you need me ♪ ♪ i don't deserve it, but i love that you love me good ♪ ♪ you love me good ♪ yeah, you love me good ♪ >> lee brice, everybody, i hope you'll get the cd. great music from a great artist and we can be proud of.
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well, thanks for joining us tonight. till next time from new york, and the fox news studios, good night. and god bless. and god bless. ♪ captioned by closed captioning services, inc.
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